On The Border Salsa Recipe

On The Border Salsa Recipe

Most people love tacos, but not all of us are Mexican. In fact, there is a big variety of people who enjoy tacos in different parts of the world. During the border, the people create what they call “salsa”. Most commonly they mix something else with the ingredients they have. However, there is still the question of how to make salsa the right way. Why not try this recipe? This is a great way to cook your favorite veggies in the hot summer sun.

This On The Border Salsa Recipe is a great way to use peppers (or any kind of peppers, really) that you might have sitting around your house. It’s perfect for using up leftover peppers from salsa making. If you have leftovers, this salsa makes a great addition to your recipe box!

This salsa is super delicious and perfect for parties, barbeques, picnic lunches, and any party where you might want a bit of color and spice. In the very deep south where I live, we’ve got a heatwave coming up. We need some spice.

How to make On The Border Salsa

On the Border is a super tasty, delicious, and healthy salsa recipe that is perfect for game day and football season. This salsa recipe features peppers and tomatoes that are mixed with diced onions, cilantro, and a few other tasty ingredients for a full-flavored, deliciously satisfying salsa.


  • Roma tomatoes, 2 large (chopped)
  • Plain diced tomatoes, 2 (14.5 oz) Cans 
  • Jalapeños, 2 (seeded & chopped)
  • Fresh lime juice, 2 Tablespoons 
  • Cumin, 1 Tablespoon 
  • Minced garlic, 2 Tablespoons 
  • white onion, 1 large (chopped)
  • Salt to taste, 2 teaspoons 
  • Cayenne pepper or red pepper flakes, 1/2 teaspoon 
  • Fresh cilantro, 1/3 cup (chopped)


Step 1

All ingredients should be placed in the blender in the order listed.

Step 2

Mix well all the ingredients until a consistent texture is achieved. Blend for a smooth consistency, chop for chunky salsa.

Step 3

If needed, add more salt or heat (red pepper flakes or cayenne pepper).

Step 4

To let the flavors meld, chill in the fridge for at least 30 minutes.

Step 5

Let’s serve & enjoy!

On The Border Salsa Recipe

Type: Appetizer

Cuisine: Mexican

Calories: 25 kcal

Recipe Yield: 6 servings

Preparation Time: 15M

Cooking Time: 30M

Total Time: 45M

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